NEWS: Bill Rosenfield’s 46 Beacon to Make West End Debut

Bill Rosenfield’s coming of age and coming out play set in 1970’s America will make its West End debut at the Trafalgar Studios from the 5th to the 29th April.  Directed by Alexander Lass, 46 Beacon is a story of a one night that can change your life. It makes its West End debut following a… Read More

NEWS: 2 Become 1 to Return to the King’s Head Theatre

Having played at the King’s Head Theatre last year, it has been confirmed that Swipe Right Theatre’s nostalgic look at the 90’s is to return the theatre in April.  Running from the 11th to the 29th April, 2 Become 1 is a chance to revisit the 90’s with even more songs, new scenes and comedy… Read More

REVIEW: Fences

Denzel Washington directs and stars in this sensitive and beautiful film based on the play by August Wilson.  Based on August Wilson’s Pulitzer and Tony award winning play is brought to stunning life in this heartbreaking film that explores guilt, responsibility and an intense father and son relationship. Troy is  53 years old and seemingly… Read More

NEWS: Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein to Open in the West End

Today it has been announced that a musical production of Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein will open for previews at the Garrick Theatre from the 28th September.  The musical will visit Newcastle Theatre Royal in August, ahead of its West End run at the Garrick Theatre from the 28th September. Young Frankenstein is based on the… Read More

REVIEW: Silver Lining, Rose Theatre Kingston

Sandi Toksvig’s play about five elderly women in a care home is witty and filled with plenty of fantastic lines, but it lacks substance and direction to make much of an impact.  Set in a care home which is in danger of flooding, five elderly residents examine their lives  and their regrets, tinged with humour… Read More